Storm complement drowns people in southern Plains
March 9, 2016 - Picnic Time
DALLAS — A large charge complement took adult chateau over tools of a South on Wednesday, drenching areas already flooded with complicated rainfall this week. Two people have drowned in Oklahoma and Texas, and a sleet is approaching to stay in a foresee for most of a week.
A peep inundate warning is in outcome for tools of eastern Texas, southern Arkansas and northern Louisiana, and forecasters pronounced some of a areas could see deleterious winds and removed tornadoes on Wednesday as well. Flash flooding was approaching from a Texas Gulf Coast to southern Illinois, with a heaviest sleet approaching to tumble in southeast Texas and a Ozark and Ouachita plateau of Arkansas, a National Weather Service said.
In farming southeastern Oklahoma, a 30-year-old male drowned Tuesday night after perplexing to expostulate his SUV opposite a low-crossing overpass that was lonesome by floodwaters.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol identified a male as Michael Liles of Broken Bow. The highway unit says that Liles’ SUV was swept into Lukfata Creek nearby Broken Bow, that is about 200 miles southeast of Tulsa and nearby Oklahoma’s borders with Texas and Arkansas.
A newcomer in Liles’ SUV was means to float to a shore, though Liles went underwater and never resurfaced. The highway unit says his physique was recovered 100 feet downstream in about 8 feet of water.
In Texas, a 22-year-old male drowned Monday night after his dug-out capsized in Dickinson Bayou, southeast of Houston nearby Galveston Bay.
Up to 7 inches of sleet was approaching by Wednesday and adult to 12 inches by a finish of a weekend along a Texas-Louisiana limit and executive Arkansas. Flash inundate watches have been released Wednesday for areas from Port O’Connor, Texas, to nearby Springfield, Illinois.
Some flooding was reported late Tuesday in northwestern Louisiana between Shreveport and Minden, with adult to 80 homes and a nursing home being evacuated. No injuries have been reported.
In Greenwood, Louisiana, firefighters used boats to rescue people trapped in their apatments, CBS News match David Begnaud reports.
“By a time we got here, it was purposeless to try to put sandbags in there,” a male told CBS Shreveport associate KSLA-TV. “It was totally gone.”
The flooding comes after new serious thunderstorms raged opposite tools of Central and North Texas. A hurricane struck a mobile home park in a North Texas city of Tolar on Monday morning, outstanding some homes and injuring dual people after dual other tornadoes late Sunday harmed dual people in a North Texas towns of Stephenville and Cool.
Storm winds shop-worn dozens of boats Tuesday during Lake Benbrook nearby Fort Worth, Texas, dismasting some of them and tossing cruise tables into a lake.
The complement is not associated to one that brought absolute thunderstorms to most of California on Monday, walloping a Sierra Nevada with snowstorm conditions and quickly knocking out energy during a Los Angeles airport.